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The ESPN College Football Podcast with Herbie & Pollack is hosted by Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi. They will kick off each week on Monday discussing the games from that weekend. On Wednesday's, they react to the rankings and Friday's look forward to the biggest matchups ahead. This is the place to get all your college football info from the top analysts in the sport.
 
Ride the waves of the college football life with the CFB Channel Surfing podcast, your go to for news, discussion, & celebration of the sport that we all love. Hang loose with Billy, Sean, & Abel 3x per week during the season & 1x per week during the offseason. Actual podcast contains almost no surfing puns.Billy, Sean, & Abel introduce themselves & the CFB Channel before diving into a lively discussion about the big events of the offseason & what they mean for the 2020 season & beyond.
 
CFB Friday Night Lights Presents It's Fall Y'all Podcast - Each week, the It's Fall Y'all podcast will feature segments from football games at Standridge Stadium in the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD. We will feature guest podcasters, our bands, cheerleaders, drill teams, football teams and more. This podcast is a celebration of Friday Night Lights in CFBISD.
 
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Callum is joined by Steven Caldwell. Steven won 12 caps for the Scotland national team and played over 300 league matches in his career, primarily in the top three tiers of English football. Since retiring from playing, he has been working as a Major League Soccer analyst for TSN in Canada.
 
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast talking to ESPN NFL draft analyst Matt Miller about the 2022 NFL Draft. They discuss quarterbacks always coming out of the woodwork, his top four prospects all being on defense, why John Metchie could be better than Jalen Waddle and DeVonta Smith, how Kyler Murray changed the perception of shorter quarterbacks, …
 
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Heather Dinich to talk about the College Football Playoff examining options for expansion. Then, Mel Kiper Jr. stops by to discuss the overall unpredictability he expects in this year’s NFL Draft, at which pick the draft begins for him, what the Bears will do with its first pick, if Davis Mills could leap i…
 
Bogman, Xavier and Nick continue our 2020 college football review series and early 2021 preview with the teams ranked No. 20 to No. 11 in our final 2020 Team Strength power rankings. We discuss our talent ratings, advanced statistics, and offer early thoughts on: 20. Arizona State 19. Oklahoma State 18. Penn State 17. North Carolina 16. Iowa 15. Wa…
 
When Jose Mourinho realised as a teenager that he was never going to be a great player, he decided he was going to become the best coach in the world. From translator and assistant to Sir Bobby Robson at Barcelona to multiple league and Champions League-winning manager at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Tottenham Hot…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so today we explore the intersection of The Gospel and Mental Health. We discuss prevalent issues that people are facing, the stigma that comes with mental health, and Christian Counseling. The Adult Discipleship Team of Champion Forest Baptist Church: Pastors Jeff Skipper, Brent Johnson, and Paul Calcote sit d…
 
Alan is a former professional footballer, having played for Manchester United and Exeter City, before sadly being forced to retire at the age of 24. He has since gone into academia and has been teaching within further and higher education for 16 years. This is his story
 
Jim Cassell joins Callum. He is a former Youth Academy Director at Manchester City. He has been responsible for the development of players such as Shaun Wright-Phillips, Joey Barton, Stephen Ireland, Nedum Onuoha, Daniel Sturridge, Michael Johnson and Micah Richards and many others.
 
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with former Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons to discuss watching his team after opting out of the college football season, the importance of being a three-down linebacker, punting in high school, giving back to the community in Harrisburg, Pa., owning up to his mistakes, why he thinks he’s top-five talent in …
 
The definitive story of the father of modern football, Herbert Chapman. Anyone, Gooner or not, who gazes up at his statue standing in slightly paunchy, plus-foured glory in front of the Emirates stadium and desires to learn more about the Yorkshireman who first too Arsenal to the heights need look no further than this, surely definitive, biography.…
 
Bogman, Xavier and Nick continue our 2020 college football review series and early 2021 preview with the teams ranked No. 30 to No. 21 in our final 2020 Team Strength power rankings. We discuss our talent ratings, advanced statistics, and offer early thoughts on: 30. Coastal Carolina 29. Wisconsin 28. Louisiana 27. Ole Miss 26. UCF 25. Auburn 24. M…
 
Today we sat down with our new Senior Pastor, Jarrett Stephens, to talk all things Discipleship. Why are life groups important to the church? We also got to know him and hear his heart both as a pastor and as a person. To learn more about our church, Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston, TX https://www.championforest.org…
 
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Louis Riddick to discuss why there’s a gap between Trevor Lawrence and the rest of the top quarterbacks, gathering information at pro days, the post-draft period being crucial to prospect development, what he noticed about developing talent during a pandemic season, the difficulties defending modern pass ca…
 
Pat Nevin joins Callum. Pat is a Scottish retired footballer. In a 20-year career, he played for Clyde, Chelsea, Everton, Tranmere Rovers, Kilmarnock and Motherwell as a winger. He won 28 caps for Scotland, scattered across a ten-year international career, and was selected for the UEFA Euro 1992 finals squad. Since retiring as a player, Nevin has w…
 
Bogman, Xavier and Nick continue our 2020 college football review series with the teams ranked No. 40 to No. 31 in our final 2020 Team Strength power rankings. We discuss our talent ratings, advanced statistics, and offer early thoughts on 2021 for: 40. Louisville 39. West Virginia 38. Michigan 37. UCLA 36. SMU 35. Liberty 34. LSU 33. Indiana 32. U…
 
Kevin Negandhi and Todd McShay kick off the podcast discussing where Todd is with his prep about a month away from the NFL Draft, what’s changed in the conversation about quarterbacks at the top of the draft, Mac Jones’ leap up teams’ draft boards, day two quarterbacks, which player has Hall of Fame talent, the unpredictability of the Patriots at N…
 
Bogman, Xavier and Nick continue our 2020 college football review series with the teams ranked No. 50 to No. 41 in our final 2020 Team Strength power rankings. We discuss our talent ratings, advanced statistics, and offer early thoughts on 2021 for: 50. NC State 49. Western Michigan 48. Tulsa 47. Nebraska 46. Marshall 45. Stanford 44. Northwestern …
 
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